CageWrx Brings Race Proven Parts and Simple to Install, Precision Produced Kits and Components to the UTV Aftermarket
CageWrx is the superior and innovative parts provider in the UTV aftermarket. Founded by Chad Ragland and Danny Gormican, their unique approach has quickly impacted the industry and established the company up as the go-to leaders in the space. CageWrx brings proven off-road race technology and performance parts to UTVs while simultaneously providing fabricators, shops and customers “do it yourself” solutions in the aftermarket product arena.
The company specializes in roll cages, roofs, windshields, bumper kits and suspension components. As the UTV market explodes, people are searching for top quality products to customize their rigs. CageWrx is able to produce exact, consistent and affordable kits that ship complete with plans and online video instruction.
“What sets us apart is the ability to provide extremely precise kits that allow for simple installment. It’s like building with Legos,” explained Gormican.
A noted Trophy Truck racer, Ragland got the UTV bug when he started modifying his Polaris RZR XP1000 and quickly realized the machines had real performance potential by applying race-worthy parts. He turned to Danny Gormican, who has designed and fabricated for top teams including McMillin Racing, BJ Baldwin, Stout, Menzies and Robby Gordon. They originally launched CageWrx to focus on the performance aspect but have morphed to fill a real need in the market.
“We quickly began fielding calls from a variety of people and companies looking for us to build kits they could install on their own,” noted Ragland. “We realized that supplying the industry directly would enable RZR owners all over North America and globally to get easy access to a custom setup.”
Located in Beaumont, CA, CageWrx brings race inspired and proven aftermarket accessories to the UTV market while empowering DIY solutions for fabricators, shops and vehicle owners. Products include roll cages, roofs, windshields, bumpers and suspension components. To learn more, log on to http://www.cagewrx.com.